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  • County: Staffordshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

16 Nov 1901

provided Mr. O. H. rower, of the HeatbcoU Arm* Hotel Tbe ex-Maycr (Alderman Edwards) promded. hi* right the (iiteat of the Evening and oo left Mr. D. H. Ocgmili. M-f*- Tbero ware also present the Mayor Hanley (Mr Coatea). ton Mayor Bursk-i» (Mr. W. larvalti

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Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times

Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times Staffordshire, England

27 Nov 1907

that Mr. Cavendish came f an honourable family. True, be did, for his father was • Liberal-- (laughter, and a voice: And so was his uncle )- and if only Mr. Victor would return to Liberalism they might able to think he was as honourable as his father

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

13 Mar 1937

Thought mere sung during the service. Mr. T. Johnson was the organist The mourners vtere Mrs. Hunt, Mr. J. Hunt (ions. Mr. F. H. Woolliscroft, Mr. A. H. Mills and Mr. G. A. Paddock. Mr. F. 1.. Dickson (President) and Mr. G. W. liuntbarh (Treasurerl represented

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

31 Jan 1903

I never saw anyone work so bard at anything. Is that his regular business? Waggles: Ivo, loan ; that's his hobby. There is only ono person in the world who is not afraid of a policeman. It is his wife. It's a good thing to enjoy life while you ars single

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

25 Jul 1903

in 'onnocUon with Lady Dudley a nuimry scheme for the ver, pour. Next came prr eutetiuu to the Krug of addre**ee from the Reception Committee, and euhty-two other public budiea. His Majesty, in reply. Bid that there was no part of his domiauns which be

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

12 Sep 1903

Balfour place. Park Uns. and the lestator bchis brother, Mr. Philip Hrocklehunt £190.000; to his nephew Major John Ficlden Drocklehurst. £55.000 to his nephew Henry Ttent Brockle h(i - Mr. for from „ hia wadding' Jenkins relabrntwl on Thursday

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

23 May 1903

Ikwcaweu. Mr. 1 m urenoe Bard) Mr. Vicary Lockwood, Col. Kenyon Slaocv Mi.d Howard. Sir Herbert Max well. Uidlltmiore Howard Vincent. Mr Stock. Mr. K. Balfour. Mr A. Henderson. Mr. Goulding. Cecil Maanets. Sir Henry Set Karr. Sir Maik Stewart. Mr. Ualaey

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

16 May 1903

Hamilton, tbeMeiAwne* of . Mrs. Arthor Hcrlaert. Ho*. Mi-« l.ncy HerUrt. by the Hon Mr*. Win. Herhen Mu* Dorothy T’sget Mnr. f.oy . Mr*. Reginald V Talbot, Mrs. V. . Hobmt Walter, Mr-, Walter Ms- VV.rner .v Lady ld*orba Warner Mr* ia hitroor*. the eh— of

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

14 Jan 1911

n. ia*wUy T. Mmlth. and Mr John Perks. Mr. T Lanylejr, Mr. O. Laiucley. M> and Mr* Williaro L**•*. Mr. J. Martin « 01. Msii»«s. Mr. J A. Ireelry. M*--*rs C. .\. Wrigltl. 1» Mat I'new*. * . K. ftonaioa. 1 > It* * vr«. A. >< ~u. . I'arkyo. J. fl. c urtboy*

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

21 Feb 1903

I'm glad. The laird did his wife enough harm in his lifetime, as even Peter agreed—indred, he went so far ea to say that in his opinion she would almost have been justified in—in 'lmpressing the deed if— That was vei considerate of Mr. Moyne. interrupted

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

25 Jun 1927

Council. His term of office was so successful that he was re elected Mayor for the following year. Apart from his professional and public work. Mr. Trigger's pet hobby was his connection with the Newcastle Nursing Association which, with his sister, the

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

3 Aug 1901

manager. In 1863 Mr. Sutton was appointed district superintendent for tb»* North-Eastern division, his bead office being Manchester. Mr. Sutton 1860 removed from Manchester to Birmingham, having arranged to exchange positions with Mr. Roberts, who was

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

6 Aug 1904

Colvik.Col \V. W Dob-on. Mr. B. Fit •heil* rt. Mr. K -I Haineou Mr. K. Meakin, Mr. Janie* Meakin. Mr. Moat. Mr. J. W. Philip*. Major Stamer, Mr. H. Sneyd. T. W. Tweford. and Mr W. K. Bower The following eon-lituted the comi.uttve —Mr. J. W. I’bilip* chainuan

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

11 Apr 1903

brief stay at the club his attention wav drawn by Mr. 0. W. Homan to successful civilian entertainment' for soldier* held at Whittington Barracks. The movement maybe mentioned, has received the cordial approval Lord Wcinlay and laird RoberU. and the deeira

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

16 Nov 1901

the Home Office case. Mr. Moulton, who Mid he would make hi* speech after railed bis witnesses, to call evutonoo the uiauuiacturvrs. Mr. Wiu. 11. (Mndley, mannfviim r. T'.install, he ployed between thousand and eleven hundred .uda. Hi» taclory *»• built

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Burton Chronicle

Burton Chronicle Staffordshire, England

31 Oct 1907

hot • Geld attended. including the Meow (Mr. Gerd H. Hardy. and Mrs. Wieterbottor, Mr. H. Rides W. R. Power, Mr. Wadley, Mr. Clarke, Mr.F.Newton. Mr Near Mr. B. Caldera, Mr. W. 1). Fos Mr. Orr Pols Mr. Richaroa, Mr. Retold,

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

18 May 1918

Goodwin), and Mr-. W. Stanley ; Mr. Walton Stanley, and Mrs. B. Sharpley ; Col. Wotherall. and Mrs. J. Russell; Dr. J. Huasell. 0.8. E.. and Mrs J. C. Bladen; Mr. J. C. Bladen, and Mrs. W. J. Pickard Mr. W. J. Pickard, and Mrs. A. M. Walker ; Mr. A. M- Walker

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Staffordshire Advertiser

Staffordshire Advertiser Staffordshire, England

13 Dec 1913

mourners were Mr. and Mrs. Cham e. Mr. and Mrs. Walker (nephews and nieces). Miss Johnson (niece). Mr. ii. li. and Mrs. Tannicliffe (niece), Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson (nephew - and niece'. General Johnson. C-8., C-M.G.. Mrs. Mtrwart, Mrs. Godfrey. Mr. Milne

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Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times

Uttoxeter Advertiser and Ashbourne Times Staffordshire, England

9 Oct 1901

been on a visit to his the church, des vicar did not at mice edam arraapd se that all bet the uprights cen-be pick- lthropshire, and during his stay in ly removed to admit access to the tree. Cleee Iron was the guest of Mr. Billeee, his niers was • time

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Cannock Chase Courier

Cannock Chase Courier Staffordshire, England

27 Feb 1904

as organist and ehoirmistress. As the Duke and his bride are cousins the tam sanction of the Pope bad first to be tattled. The Duke, wko is in his fifty-seventh ..-ill. is twenty years the senior of his bride. Th e ehapel was lavishly decorated with beautiful

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